This is just a little project im taking up alongside other band(s) work, All songs are written by moi, lead needs tidying up and the its all me no-one else duh!Also I have only been playing the guitar seriously for about 3 years in which time I have been in and out of bands starting with shitty covers of nirvana going on to produce my own music! Keep trying to setup up a band but due to the reliability of musicians i cant seem to get one together or end up getting one and it falls apart so hey... Topic: Shoaib Mughal
A treatise on the life and speeches of Shaykh Mughal Bheen (died 601 AH), one of the earliest Sufis of Sindh who was a direct student of Shaykh Abdul Qadir Jilani. Although not all details are authentic, it is a rare glimpse into the Sindhi society and spiritual life in the 6th century Hijri. Author: Makhdoom Aari Translator: Niaz Humayuni Published in 1989 by Institute of Sindhology, Jamshoro Pages: 214 Digitized by Maktabah Mujaddidiyah (www.maktabah.org) April 2012 Topics: Sindhi, Qadri, Mughal, Sindhology
Although scattered, but there are references about the naturalresources in several medieval texts, which enable us to reconstruct thehistory of flora and fauna of the time. Generally wild animals arementioned, in these texts particularly in case of hunting expeditions. Topics: Wild Mammals, Mughal India, Sources, Animals
Risalah Waldiyah, a book authored by the famous Naqshbandi shaykh Hazrat Khwaja Ubaydullah Ahrar Samarqandi (d.895 AH). This contains an Urdu translation with the Turkish text which was translated by Mughal emperor Babur (from Farsi). Another translation of the original Farsi text is also included, as the Persian text was later found. 184 pages Published in 2012 by Pakistan Historical Society Digitized by Maktabah Mujaddidiyah (www.maktabah.org) July 2012 Topics: Urdu, Persian, Ahrar, Babur, Mughal, Naqshbandi, Waldiyah
The religious consequences of the European Reformation are often part of our education. But the 16th century saw reformations across the globe: Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Sikhism, and Aztec beliefs. At the heart of this change was Mughal Emperor Akbar, who combined all of these beliefs into a single new global religion: Divine Faith. Topics: history, podcast, reformation, mughal, divine faith
All rights are reserved by the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum). Any use of the footage in productions is forbidden unless rights have been secured by contacting the Penn Museum Archives at 215-898-8304, or email email@example.com. This film and all of the films in the Penn Museum collection are copyrighted by the Penn Museum, and are not in the public domain. Topics: Pakistan, Rawalpindi, Ruins, Rice culivation, Mughal architecture
How and what type of education was imparted during the Medieval period in India? Were there any schools and colleges? If so what was their nature? Topics: education, medieval education, Mughal India, Medieval India, Education, madrasa, maktab,...
A study of the Mughal society with the help of the Mughal miniatures. The paper tries to analyse the various elements of Mughal society which can be nomenclated as comprising the middle classes like the physicials, surgeons,architects, engineers, painters, artists etc Topics: Mughal, Society, Social classes, Middle Classes, Rezavi, Ali Nadeem, Aligarh, Mughal miniatures,...
Revisiting Fathpur Sikri: An Interpretation of Certain Structure. It is a paper published in Madhya Kalin, a history journal in Hindi edited by Irfan Habib Topics: Fathpur Sikri, Fatehpur, Akbar, Mughal, Capital city, darus sultanate, Irfan Habib, Rezavi, Ali...
Study of a medieval rural settlement of Rajasthan which flourished from around 12th Century to 18th Century. It was inhabited by Paliwal Brahmins who were not only traders but also agriculturists and administrators. They were the metayers of the desert state of Jaisalmer. Topics: Jaisalmer, Kuldhara, Paliwal Brahmins, Pallivals, Medieval town planning, towns, rural settlements,...
The Monarch and the Millennium: A New Interpretation of the Alf Coins of Akbar (Coins in India: Power and Communication, ed. Himanshu Prabha Ray, MARG, 2006) Topic: Mughal Empire Akbar Islamic Millennium Ideology Kingship Coinage Nuqtawi
اسلامی شریعت کی روشنی میں محتسب کی شرائط، آداب اور دائرہ کار CONDITIONS, TERMS, RULES AND JURISDICTIONS OF THE OMBUDSMAN IN THE LIGHT OF ISLAMIC LAW Topics: Islam, Ombudsman, Banu Abbas, Usmani Khilafat, Mughal Dynasty
Tarikh-i Akbari or Tarikh-i Qandhari of Arif Qandhari. This is the Persian text of the well history of Akbar's period published from Raza Library, Rampur Topics: Arif Qandhari, Akbar, Mughal, Rezavi, Ali Nadeem, Raza Library, Rampur
Published in Studies in Peoples History, a Sage Journal edited by Irfan Habib. It details the manufacture of paper during the Medieval period in India. Topics: paper, kaghaz, samarqand, mughal, irfan habib, rezavi, medieval india
An interpretation of the palace complex of Akbar at Fathpur Sikri. Paper published in Akbar and His India, edited by Irfan Habib Topics: Fathpur Sikri, Mughal, Akbar, Fatehpur, Monuments, medieval monuments, Rezavi
A history of Shi'ites in India. The paper discussess their position and contribution during the Sultanate and Mughal periods in India. Published in a volume edited by Professor J.S. Grewal Topics: India, communities, shia, shi'i, Muslims, Rezavi, Sultanate, Mughal, JS Grewal
This paper offers a translation of the passages of Padshahnama of Waris on the Fort of Shahjahan at Delhi Topics: Delhi, Shahjahan, Shahjahanabad, Delhi Fort, Mughal, Mughals, Rezavi, Syed Ali Nadeem, Ali Nadeem...
Syed Ali Nadeem Rezavi, 'Medieval Indian Architecture: Its History and Evolution', Symposia Paper 29, Symposium on History of Visual Arts: Architecture, Sculpture and Paintings, Indian History Congress, 73rd Session, Mumbai, 29 Dec 2012 Topics: IHC, Symposia, Rezavi, Ali Nadeem Medieval Indian Architecture, Mughals, Mughal Architecture,...
A Research paper on the history of manufacture and production of Indigo during the Mughal period in North India. Its an attempt towards a Medieval Archaeology of India. Topics: Indigo vats, Bayana, Kol, Aligarh, Mughal, Medieval Archaeology, Industrial Archaeology, Rezavi
Paper debunks the traditional causes given for the decline of Akbar's capital city and argues that the shotage of water was atleast not responsible. It also argues that the city itself was never abandoned. What was abandoned was just the city as capital of the Empire. Topics: Fatehpur Sikri, Fathpur Sikri, Akbar, Agra, Mughals, Mughal Empire, Nadeem Rezavi, Rezavi, Aligarh